Saint-Gobain Gyproc SA (Pty) Ltd: Manufacturer and marketer of gypsum-based plasters, ceiling systems and interior walling systems for the residential; commercial markets.
location_on Centurion, Gauteng
ASSA ABLOY
The leader in door opening solutions
The global leader in door opening solutions through its broad product range, and has the unique ability to integrate automatic-door operation with locking and access control, offering both standalone and integrable access control solutions adaptable to all needs and manageable remotely. ASSA ABLOY also offers key and asset management systems that enhance the security of any building.
location_on Roodepoort, Gauteng
Mwendo
Mwendo is Southern Africa's specialist supplier of anti-vibration mountings and elastic materials.
Intellisec
IntelliSEC is a specialist South African BEE Level 1 turnkey installer and system integrator of intelligent site management systems.
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today8 May 2018
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Cities of tomorrow in the spotlight at African construction event

African Construction and Totally Concrete Expo will host two high-level features on 16 – 17 May 2018 at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Johannesburg. These are the African Smart Cities Summit and the African Construction Awards.
today29 Feb 2016

Hatch and World Council on City Data forge global partnership

Hatch, a global engineering and consulting firm with expertise in the infrastructure, mining and metals, and energy sectors, has announced a strategic partnership with the World Council on City Data (WCCD), a world leader in standardised city data and metrics.
today6 Jan 2016

New mall and retail prospects are still plentiful in South Africa

Even with the sixth highest number of shopping centres of any country in the world, there are still huge opportunities for more retail centre development in South Africa.
today8 Oct 2012

Building South Africa – MBSA Congress

Master Builders South Africa (MBSA) recently brought together members of the building industry at its 107th annual congress, convened under the theme Building South Africa. Invited speakers and panel discussions looked at future infrastructure trends, growth opportunities and the challenges and changes experienced in the construction sector. Experts from South Africa and other African countries shared their knowledge and highlighted the need for collaboration among stakeholders to promote the industry.  Environmental issues and sustainability in building were a key focus as was the important role the industry can play in South Africa’s economic growth. 
today17 Oct 2018

Tertiary institutions urged to embrace timber construction in engineering

The Institute of Timber Construction calls on training providers in the engineering field to review their curricula for a more holistic offering that embraces timber as a standard construction material.